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George Lamelza is the chief publishing officer of Single Christianity Magazine. His broad expertise in media and online publications started in the late 1990s with his media companies reaching over 30 countries. He also served for five years as a divorce recovery program facilitator at James River Church, a mega-church of over 15,000, seeing hundreds healed from past hurts. Lamelza volunteers his time with various charitable organizations including the Orlando Sports Foundation and CureBowl, James River College, and Christian Media Ministries, Inc. Lamelza is passionate about helping Christian singles live their daily life full of hope and joy. Lamelza holds a BBA in Accounting from Evangel University and an MBA in Marketing from Northwest Missouri State University. He is married to the beautiful Kara Lamelza and is a father of three who divides his time between Orlando, Florida; and Springfield, Missouri.

Posts by George Lamelza

The Simple Life – Living Single – Lately, I have been doing a lot of thinking of what I really want out of life. Now …

Traveling Thankfulness – God’s Restoration in Your Life Zechariah 9:12, NIV Return to your fortress, O prisoners of hope; even now I announce that …

I don’t know where this article finds you today. I have personally seen some rather heartbreaking things lately. A friend took his own life; …

I have decided to work out. I have decided to get a better job. I have decided to find that spouse. I have decided …

7 Things to Leave Behind in 2017 – Many December 31st’s found me home alone watching people around the world ring in the New Year. …

Letting Go – 4 Healthy ways to cope with breakups. Relationships can be some of the most exciting opportunities to know and to be …

I wish I had been a better man – Desire without knowledge is not good— how much more will hasty feet miss the way! …

It’s not you, it’s me – Single nearly 14 years since my divorce – I’ve been on many dates, but had few relationships. Most …

“I’m not happy.” “I’ve changed.” “They changed.” “They stayed the same.” “They have addictions.” “They are emotionally abusive.” “They are physically abusive.” “They cheated.” …

You’re A Nobody? – We, as single people, have time. Enviably we use that extra time to check what everyone else is doing.  Have …